Posted on 04/27/2022 at 07:57 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Six novels remain in the running for the Women's Prize for Fiction.
And although all novels were written in English, they reflect six different countries' heritage, resulting in what the judges called a "wonderfully diverse" shortlist, reports the Guardian.
A winner will be announced June 15 from among these contenders:
The Bread the Devil Knead, by Lisa Allen-Agostini
The Sentence, by Louise Erdrich
Sorrow and Bliss, by Meg Mason
The Book of Form and Emptiness, by Ruth Ozeki
The Island Of Missing Trees, by Elif Shafak
Great Circle, by Maggie Shipstead
The winning writer will receive £30,000 (about $39,300).
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